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Antiguo 15-04-2014, 00:09:10   #221
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Amsterdam Olympic Stadium in 1990, photoset

On the Dutch weblog Gogme United by Amsterdammer and Ajax-supporter Marcel Stephan, you can find a wonderful set of photo's of the Amsterdam Olympic Stadium, taken by photographer Marco Magielse (www.deafbeelding.nl) in 1990. Beautiful exterior and interior views of the Olympic ruins.
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Antiguo 25-04-2014, 06:13:16   #223
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GEELONG - Corio Oval (26,025 | 1878-1940)



Source: http://pivotonian.org/on-field/grounds/corio-oval/

Corio Oval, located in the Victorian city of Geelong, was the home ground of the Geelong Cats in the Victorian Football Association between 1878 and 1896, and the Victorian Football League from 1897 to 1940.

The Oval was commandeered for military use during World War 2, and the Cats moved to Kardinia Park for the 1941 season. Geelong did not compete in the Victorian Football League in 1942 and 1943, and many people wanted to return to Corio Oval for the 1944 season. Geelong stayed at Kardinia Park, and continue to play there up to the present day.

The Oval remained unused until the mid 1950's, when greyhound racing and trotting took place for twenty years up to the mid 1970's, when both sports moved to the nearby Beckley Park.

The oval and grandstands were demolished in the early 1980's, with a conference centre opened on the site.



http://thirdsectormagazine.com.au/ne...ssance/000315/
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If you can't post here about the former stadium of the biggest club in the Netherlands, then where can u ? I thought this was a fantastic post and exactly what i hope to see on this thread.

I understand the 30,000 limit for threads on new builds and renovations because smaller stadium's have other threads.. but lost stadiums? This is is it... Thanks again Mojito.
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Antiguo 06-05-2014, 01:45:23   #225
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Wonderful pic:



Swansea City's former pitch, Vetch Field in 1959.

https://twitter.com/AntiqueFootball/.../photo/1/large
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Antiguo 06-05-2014, 18:57:24   #226
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That Final Day (NOS, 2003)

Although I am a fan of iconic state-of-the-art stadiums, masterpieces of architecture with a clear shape, I really love to see those old fashioned British stadiums. Four different stands with open corners. Different designs,different heights, different shapes, different materials, built in different periods around the field and adapted to the limitations of their surroundings. Grown like an organism instead of designed and built as one whole.

Anfield, Highbury, Ibrox, Stamford Bridge, Craven Cottage, Villa Park, Roker Park, Molineux (which, before the expansion, looked like a bigger version of the former De Meer stadium of my favourite club AFC Ajax)... I could spend hours with surfing on the internet, looking at those stadiums.

Vetch Field was also one of my favourites. I remember a picture, somewhere on the internet, where a private backyard with fresh laundry could be seen just next to the corner flag, separated by a small wall.

The first time I heard about this stadium was in the Dutch documentary That Final Day, made in 2003 by Tom Egbers and Kees Jongkind from Dutch broadcasting company NOS. On the last round of the 2002/2003 Division Three, both Swansea City and Exeter City could relegate. Both clubs ended the season with a home match. The Dutch journalists followed the clubs and their supporters.



Three years later, many Dutch football fans and lovers asked the NOS to broadcast this beautiful documentary again. So they did, and Egbers returned to Swansea and Exeter to see what has become of them, after That Final Day.

The 2006 version is called That Final Day Revisited.



Both documentaries have an introduction and ending in Dutch, but I think the point and atmosphere of both documentaries are quite easy to understand.
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Antiguo 07-05-2014, 22:31:34   #227
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Loved those documentaries. Thanks a lot for the links and thanks to the mods for the new forum. I love it.
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Antiguo 14-05-2014, 19:13:50   #228
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PLOIESTI - Ilie Oana Stadium (old) (18000, 1937-2010)

Built between 1934 and 1937, it was the home of FC Petrolul Ploiesti since 1952.
Being mostly a non-seater, at important games it could hold up to 25000 people. The oringinal main grandstand was closed due to the structural instability caused by decades without renovation. In 2000-2007 other parts of the stadium were closed.
In 2007 the main grandstand was demolished and a smaller one was built.
In 2009 the demolition of the stadium began with the purpose to build a new one incorporating the 2007 stand. This stand was eventually demolished to make way for a fully new 15000 all-seater stadium.











The new stadium:

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Antiguo 20-05-2014, 17:23:45   #229
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LILLE - Stade Grimonprez Jooris (21128 - 1975-2004)

Full name: Stade Grimonprez Jooris
Location: Lille, France
Owner: Lille town
Tenants: Lille OSC
Built: 1975 - 2004
Successor: New Park (under laying out)
Capacity: 25.000 (1975) to 17.000 (1999), and 21.128 (2000 to 2004)






Cancelled project
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Antiguo 23-09-2014, 20:49:39   #230
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ARAD - Francisc Neumann Stadium (7,287 | 1946 - 2014)

Francisc von Neuman Stadium was a football stadium in Arad, Romania. It was used mostly for football matches and was the home ground of FC UTA Arad.
The stadium holds 7,287 people (around 12,000 before installing the seats in 2006) and was built in 1945 as a reduced scale replica of Arsenal Stadium at that time.
The stadium was opened on 1 September 1946 when took place the match between UTA Arad - Ciocanul București 1-0. At that time, the stadium was considered the most modern in the country.







The stadium was demolished few days ago to be replaced by the New Francisc Neumann Stadium








UTA is a football club based in Arad, Romania, founded in 1945. During its history the club won the Romanian championship six times, only Steaua Bucharest, Dinamo Bucharest and Venus Bucharest winning more titles, and the Romanian Cup twice. They currently play in the 2014–15 season of Liga III.
During the period whn they played in the European Champion Clubs Cup (previous competion of UEFA Champions League), succeeding an outstanding performance in September 1970 when they eliminated the defending champions Feyenoord from the race.
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Antiguo 07-09-2015, 18:30:23   #231
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Plough Lane - 15,876 - 1912-1998

I wanted to make a thread about Plough Lane which was a ground in Wimbledon, where "The Crazy Gang" played up until 1991.
Reserve football was played until 1998 at the ground.

I dont unfortunately own the rights to any own work pictures or films of the ground.

I hope some of the older fans (I was born in 1991), would like to share some original work on here.
Or maybe just discuss the old days at the ground, so us young ones can get a feel how it was in the days at Plough Lane.

Furthermore I also make this thread because the New Plough Lane may be a reality in the comming years, at the expense of greyhound racing (and Stock cars?) a little further up the road at the current "Wimbledon Stadium".

Have a good discussion in here.

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Antiguo 17-09-2015, 00:33:13   #232
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Is there a thread for kinda smaller project grounds than the normal ones on this forum?

A lot of great grounds is not mentioned, and I think the 30.000 capacity rule is far to big an amount.
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Antiguo 17-09-2015, 03:59:40   #233
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Antiguo 23-05-2016, 00:20:12   #234
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Pittsburgh's Three Rivers Stadium may have been a characterless, multipurpose, concrete bowl, but we must not forget the history that occurred in these types of places. Perhaps, most significant, is the introduction of the first real baseball uniform in 1970! The 1970 Pittsburgh Pirates were the first baseball team to wear real uniforms. Never forget. Doubleknit polyester free of archaic buttons and belts. Real athletic wear appeared on a baseball diamond for the first time at Three Rivers Stadium. Even the Tartan Turf nearly resembled grass from a distance.



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Antiguo 06-06-2016, 10:52:05   #235
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The 1979 boxing match between Muhammad Ali and Lyle Alzado at Mile High Stadium in Denver.

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Weird that the Maple Leaf Gardens thread is closed.
https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1800096

The demolition of the seating bowl.

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Antiguo 08-05-2017, 00:49:19   #237
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The building is still standing and in use, like the Montreal Forum, which puts it in this gray area.
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Antiguo 08-05-2017, 01:27:20   #238
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The building is still standing and in use, like the Montreal Forum, which puts it in this gray area.
Sure the buildings still technically exist, but their main function as their respective cities' main sports and entertainment venue is no more and the infrastructure that made that possible is long gone. The Maple Leaf Gardens thread should be reopened and relocated to the Demolished section and I don't believe a Montreal Forum thread even exists here, if it does, it should be in the Demolished section as well.
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